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JMIM MAMII 80CKWBLL — ED1TOB
Vows June 19th
Miss Bonnie Sae Jarvis, only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight
Grady J arris, of ■Hickory, former
ly of Wilkes; and Sidney Arnold
Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Le
Toy B. Martin, of Raleigh, are to
be married Sunday afternoon,
June 19, at fire o'clock at the
First Baptist church, Hickory.
Miss Jarvis is a music student
at Meredith College, Raleigh.
Mr. Martin is a student of Bow
man Gray School of Medicine.
The bride-elect is a grand
daughter of Rev. N. T. Jarvis, of
Roaring River, Route %, and the
late Mrs. Nellie V. Mastin Jar
vis. She is also a granddaughter
of Mrs. W. T. Martin, of Cling
man, and the late W. T. Martin.
The bridegroom-to-be is a
nephew of Col. Santford Martin,
veteran editor of The Winston
Do Your Floors
Mr. R. C. Goodwin will be happy
to furnish estimates.
ASPHALT OR RUBBER TILE
ideal Furniture Co.
B STREET TEL. 1M
In Monthly Meeting
Miss Toby Turner, Mrs. Roy
Reins, and Mrs. H. H. Morehouse
combined hospitality to the mem
bers of the Episcopal Auxiliary
in their monthly meeting held
Tuesday evening at Miss Tur
Tier's home on the Brushy Moun
tain. In the election of officers
for another year', with the presi
dent, Mrs. B. R. Underwood,
presiding the following .were
chosen: President, Mrs. Paul
Harrel, Jr.; rice president, Mrs.
C. Monroe Williams; recording
secretary, Miss Betty Hill; and
treasurer, Mrs. Roy Reins. Re
freshments were enjoyed during
the social hour.
— DRIVE - IN —
Thursday and Friday, June 9-10
Featuring Joan Crawford, John Garfield with
a Strong Supporting Cast.
Saturday, June 11th
"JOHNNY COMES FLYING HOME"
Starring Richard Crane.
Met Tuesday- »
A large number of the mem
bers of the Woman's Society of
Christian Service of the Wilkee
boro Methodist church were pres
ent Tuesday afternoon for the
monthly meeting held at che
home of Mrs. Julius G. Hubbard
with her mother, Mrs. J. W.
White, as associate hostess. Mrs.
W- M. DeBerry, the new presi
dent, presided for routine busi
Mrs. H. A. Granor and Mrs.
J. B. Henderson conducted the
devotions and program, which
was a study of Africa. Mrs. J. E.
Spainhour, sister of Mrs. White,
came in for the social hour dur
ing which time the hostesses
served tempting refreshments.
Mrs. Robert Gambill
Pastime Club Hostess
The members of the Pastime
bridge club were entertained by
Mrs. Robert Gambill at her home
in Wilkesboro Monday evening.
The game, played at two tables,
was preceded by a dessert course.
Prizes for high and second high
scores went to Mrs. Bob Kite
i and Mrs. Johnson Sanders, and
! the bingo awards to Mrs. Flake
■ Cook and Mrs. Arthur Lowe.
Miss Mable Hendren
Entertains Her Club
Miss Mable Hendren was hos
tess to the members of her bridge
club at her home in Wilkesboro
Saturday evening, and had two
additional guests, Miss Mildred
Bradford and Mrs. Robin Woot
en. Two tables were arranged
for play in a setting of larkspur
and roses. Miss Bradford, a
teacher in the North Wilkesboro
public school and who is going
to Peru to teach, was remember
ed with a gift, and she also re
ceived the high score prize iu the
game of bridge. Mrs. M. G. Ed
wards won the bingo award.
The hostess served a dessert
coarse -at the beginning of play.
U.D.C. Chapter Met
The members of the Wilkes
Valley Guards chapter of the U.<
t>. C. held a meeting Monday
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
J. R. Flnley on B Street. The
salute to the flags was led by
Mrs. C. D. Coffey, Sr., and the
devotions were conducted by
Mrs. J. W. White.
During the business session
announcement was made of the
Division Convention to be held
in Durham in October, and that
the graves in Wilkesboro on May
10 were decorated by Mr. C. H.
Cow lea, Mrs. White and her
grandson, Mr. Buddy Hubbard.
For the program Mrs. Coffey
told about the Jefferson Davis
highway. In serving refresh
ments at the close of the meet
ing the hostess was assisted by
her daughter, ^rs. S. P. Mit
Lions' June 19th
May Set Record
With the state-wide Lions In
ternational convention to be held
at Wrightsville Beach June 19,
20 and 21 still three weeks a
way, over four hundred and fif
ty delegates have already re
served accommodations, conven
tion Harris Ligon announced last
"It promises to be one of the
largest conventions ever held at
the resort,'' Ligon said, "It
might top the attendance ~ of
other state conventions of the
Lions from every corner of
North Carolina are among those
registered. It is expected by con
vention time that over one thous
and Lions will be on hand for
the three day sessions of business
Heading the list of dignitaries
expected to be present are Inter
national Director Roy P. Herold,
Wheeling, West Virginia, Direc
tor Edward H. McMahan, Bre
vard, N. C., Dr. D. J. Whitener,
District Governor, 31-A, C. E.
Kerchner, District Governor,
31-B, and Joe W. Hood, District
Fresh, refrigerated orange
juice, prepared and packaged by
a new process, Is now being
shipped commercially from citrus
producing areas to distant mark
ets without loss of flavor or other
Btturn That Book to tk« Utettj
Let as explain the time sarins,
Work Saving and Money Saving
Features of Brooding With— I
DICK'S GAS &
East Main Street
NORTH WILKESBORO, N. a
Bingo Party At
Cricket On Friday
The members of the Cricket
Home Demonstration Club are
sponsoring a bingo party "Friday
evening, June 10, beginning at
7:30. The party will be held in
the old store building near the
home of D. E. Turner and the
proceeds will be used to help
complete the Community House.
You are cordially invited to come
oat and win some of the at
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
HELEN N. McOORMIOK
JOHN D. McCORMICK
THE STATE OF NORTH
CAROLINA—This is a Civil action
and not a Special Proceeding:
The defendant, John D. Mc
Cormick, will take notice that an
action entitled as above has been
commenced in the Superior Court
of Wilkes County, North Carolina,
to obtain a divorce on the grounds
of two years separation; and the
efendant will further take notice
that he is required to appear at>
the office of the Clerk of Superior
Court of said County, in the
Courthouse in Wilkesboro, N. C.,
within twenty days after the 6th
day of June, 1949, and file a writ
ten answer or demurrer to the
plaintiff's complaint in said action,
or the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in
This the 6th day of June, 1949.
C. C. HAYES
Clerk Superior Court
HALL & ZACHARY, Attorneys
Yadkinville, N. C. 6-30-4t
NOTICE OP SALE
UNDER and by virtue of the
power of sale contained in those
certain deeds of trust executed by
C. D Smithey and wife, Mary S.
Smithey to the undersigned trus
tee, one dated January 3, 1948 and
recorded in Book 237, page 183 and
one dated February 28, 1948 and
recorded in Book 237, page 245,
and default having been made in
the payments of the notes se
cured thereby, and demand having
been made upon me by the holder
thereof, the undersigned trustee
mil on the 9th day of July, 1949
it 1L2 noon at the courthouse door
in Wilkesboro, N. C. offer for sale
it public auction for cash to the
lighest bidder, the following de
scribed real estate:
Beginning at a stake at the
northeast intersection of Sixth
Street and G Streets and running
thence North 62 degrees 38' East
along the north side of 6 Street
100 feet to a stake; thence North
27 degrees 2T West parallel with
Sixth Street 50 feet to • stake;
thence South 62 degrees 83' West
parallel with 6. Street 100 feet
to a stake on the east side of Sixth
Street; thence South 27 degrees
27* Bast along the east side of
Sixth Street 60 feet to the point
of beginning. Containing 6000
square feet and being a part of
Block 88 as shown on Trogdon's
Map of the Town of North wQkes
boro, N. C.
This 7th day of June, 1949.
J. H.'WHICKER, J, R., Trustee
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